Stardust gets in your eyes

Published on Thu, Oct 3, 2002 by Meg Olson

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Stardust gets in your eyes

By Meg Olson

From perky outfits, to flashing feet and tidy harmony, Stardust will make the Performing Arts Center feel like the USO has come to town. The female vocal trio, performing as part of the Pacific Arts Association series, specializes in nostalgia, following in the footsteps of a string of groups with names ending in Sisters. Starting with the early days of radio, marching through the war years and sliding into the fifties, the trio sing and dance their way through “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” “Top Hat,” “Mr. Sandman,” Jeepers Creepers,” and a legion of other memory ticklers.

Stardust, or Joette Waters, Pamela Peterson and Kate Rafferty, will take to the stage in the PAC at 7:30 p.m. on October 5. Tickets are $15 or $7 for students and season tickets are still available for this concert and the rest of the series. Call 360/332-6484 for credit card orders. Tickets are also available at the Blaine visitors center, Steamers, the Resort Semiahmoo gift shop and Village books in Fairhaven. A limited number will be available at the door.

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